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Cuomo / Texas Visit #306437

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jan 19, 1986
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) New York Governor Mario Cuomo's repeated denial of presidential aspirations recalled; "New York Times" reported quoting him regarding repeated slurs and references to his ethnic background.

(San Antonio, Texas: Bruce Morton) Possible implications of Cuomo's visit here for his president goals examined; scenes shown. [CUOMO - campaigns.] Occasion said dinner honoring Representative Henry Gonzalez. [CUOMO - praises Gonzalez.] [Governor Mark WHITE - sees Cuomo as national leader] [Texas state treasurer Ann RICHARDS - thinks Cuomo and White make good team.] [CUOMO - won't rule out anything in his future; explains his goals for Democratic party, government]

Morton, Bruce;
Schieffer, Bob

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